Why We Built SQL Multi-Exporter
There are times where you just want to run a query against a SQL Server instance and generate a report with the results. We created SQL Multi-Exporter to help you do just that. You connect to a SQL Server instance, execute the query and export the results to XML, CSV, or even HTML.
SQL Multi-Exporter allows the user to connect to a SQL Server instance and by issuing a query against a database, export the results to an XML, CSV or HTML file.
Figure 1: Start Page of SQL Multi-Exporer.
Connecting to a SQL Server Instance
You can connect to a SQL Server instance with either Windows Authentication or SQL Server Authentication.
Database to use
If you are not going to use the database name in your T-SQL query, you can select the database which the T-SQL query will run against to.
Currently there are 3 available output export for the retrieved information:
- Export to XML File
- Export to CSV file (multiple delimiters available).
- Export to HTML.
Figure 2: Sample Query.
Figure 3: Output Preview.